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These were tastey but a bit salty. Instead of baking in a single layer and continually marinating, I put the chicken in a covered casserole dish (reserving the excess marinade) and baked at 350 for 1 hour. Then followed the directions as instructed.

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johnvac52 March 06, 2003

Very good! I used lite soy sauce so it wouldn't be as salty. I boiled the marinade and added a tsp of cornstarch to thicken it a bit for a sauce to go over the chicken and steamed rice. FANTASTIC!!!!

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Punky Julster February 10, 2003

These didn't taste just like the malls but I thought they were very good. One word of advice...use a nonstick pan for the baking portion, it did stick quite abit! I served this on steamed rice with sides of cajun fried cabbage and a bagette. Good eating!

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Michelle S. January 26, 2003

They were good, but the soy sauce taste overwhelmed the chicken bites a bit. I'll have to experiment with these a bit.

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Dawn January 16, 2003

Wonderful Bourbon Chicken!! This is a make again! My oldest son thought the sauce would be very tasty on pork ribs..so we may experiment with the sauce! Thanks for posting!

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LiisaN January 25, 2004

I accidentally made this with Aloha BBQ sauce instead of soy sauce, so I'm not leaving stars because it's not accurate to the recipe, but it WAS wonderful! Really easy to make. I just marinated it for a couple nights in the fridge, then dumped the whole thing in an oven proof skillet for an hour in the oven. I also skipped the white wine because I didn't have an open bottle.

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Diana J. November 24, 2015

This was definitely easy on the cook. I added some red pepper flakes to the sauce for a little extra POW. Served over rice. Nothing to it. Thanks.

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ratherbeswimmin' January 06, 2015

Big hit at my Mardi Gras party last night! I made a quadruple batch, used mostly low sodium soy and they were great! I also put all the marinade in with the chicken and just sort of stirred them every 20 minutes while they were cooking.

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Denise M. February 10, 2013

I just made this last night. I was very dissapointed. I used a good bourbon (Jim Bean) and I used only a 1/4 cup but the bourbon flavor was way too strong. It overwhelms the other flavors of the dish. Thanks for posting I may try the recipe again but I will definitely tweak it.

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willjauk August 07, 2011

Very Nice Bourbon Chicken Dish! I used chicken breasts instead of wings cause that's all i had on hand. Still turned out awesome! I don't care for salty foods and I was worried about his turning out too salty, but it turned out marvelous. I think the 24 hr marinade-a-thon & 2/3 of bourbon (I'm Southern, we like Bourbon) intensified the flavor of this dish ten-fold. I probably used too much chicken cause there really wasn't enough liquid to make a lot of sauce for the end. Definitely will be making again! Chart toppin!

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TN Hill Cook July 22, 2011
Cajun Bourbon Chicken Bites